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Asian Perspectives on
the Role and Impact of
Non-State Actors in
International Law:
“From Westphalia
to World
Community?”
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THE FOUNDATION FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF
INTERNATIONAL LAW IN ASIA
The Foundation for the Development of International Law ...
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HASANUDDIN UNIVERSITY
Hasanuddin University is one of the major stated-owned universities in Indonesia, based in
Makassa...
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
THE FOUNDATION FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNATIONAL LAW IN ASIA................. 1
HASANUDDIN UNIVERSI...
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LIST OF CHAIRPERSONS
(In Alphabetical Order)
Hee Eun Lee
Associate Dean, Handong International Law School, South Korea
P...
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Kevin YL Tan
Director, Equilibrium Consulting Pte Ltd;
Professor (Adjunct), National University of Singapore, Singapore
...
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Seokwoo Lee
DILA Chairman; Professor, Inha University Law School, South Korea
Profile: Mr. Lee is Professor of Internati...
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LIST OF SPEAKERS
(In Alphabetical Order)
Andri G. Wibisana
Senior Lecturer, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
Profile: Mr...
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Dwia Ariestina Pulubuhu
Rector, Hasanuddin University, Indonesia
Profile: Professor Dwia is the currently presiding Rect...
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Hikmahanto Juwana
Professor, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
Profile: Professor Hikmahanto Juwana graduated from the Un...
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Laode M. Syarif
Senior Lecturer, Hasanuddin University, Indonesia
Profile: Mr. Syarif is currently Senior International...
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R. Herlambang P. Wiratraman
Senior Lecturer, Airlangga University, Indonesia
Profile: Mr. Witraman graduated as bachelo...
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Widati Wulandari
Senior Lecturer, Padjadjaran University, Indonesia
Profile: Ms. Wulandari is lecturer at Padjadjaran U...
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CONFERENCE PROGRAMMES
TIME OCTOBER 15, THURSDAY
- ARRIVAL
- SPEAKERS’ AIRPORT PICK-UP (AIRPORT – HOTEL)
2015 DILA INTER...
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13:30 – 14:20 Chairperson:
Hee Eun LEE (Professor, Handong International Law School, Korea; Executive Editor, The
Asian...
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09:50 – 10:00 DISCUSSION
10:00 – 10:10 INTERMISSION: COFFEE BREAK
10:10 – 11:10 SESSION 2: INDONESIA’S CONTRIBUTION TO ...
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ACCOMODATION
To put you at ease in participating the 2015 DILA International Conference, We strongly encourage
you to s...
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AIRLINES AND TICKETS
Below you may find several flight companies information which might be useful reference for your
t...
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PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
AIRPORT TAXI
For those using cab to reach the city from Hasanuddin International Airport, you can...
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GET AROUNDS
SultanHasanuddinAirport
HasanuddinUniversity
ITINERARIES
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PLACES TO VISIT
Benteng Rotterdam (Fort Rotterdam) was a Dutch fort built in Makassar on the island of Sulawesi in
Indo...
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WEATHER FORECASTS
Makassar/Ujung Pandang has a tropical monsoon climate with short dry season. The cold
season lasts fr...
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LIST OF COMMITTEES
The Board of Committee listed is in accordance to Decision Letter (7431/UN4.6/KP.24/2013) by
Dean of...
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Event Division:
1. Dr. Andi Tenri Famauri, S.H., M.H.
(Coord)
2. Kadarudin, S.H., M.H., DFM.
3. Suryadi Batjo, S.Sos.
4...
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  1. 1. Asian Perspectives on the Role and Impact of Non-State Actors in International Law: “From Westphalia to World Community?” CONFERENCE HANDBOOK The Foundation for the Development of International Law in Asia Hasanuddin University 15 – 17 October 2015 Faculty of Law, Hasanuddin University
  2. 2. 1 THE FOUNDATION FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNATIONAL LAW IN ASIA The Foundation for the Development of International Law in Asia (DILA) was established in the belief that economic and political developments in and among the countries of Asia had reached the stage that they would welcome and benefit substantially from a mechanism that would promote and facilitate precisely those exchanges among their international law scholars that had failed to develop during the colonial era; and that a regular and reliable source of information concerning international law as applied or interpreted by the States of Asia would be of interest to other States and contribute significantly to the progressive development of an international legal order. The Foundation was established, in the words of its charter, for:  Promotion of the study and analysis of topics and issues in the field of international law, in particular from an Asian perspective;  Promotion of the study of, and the dissemination of knowledge of, international law in Asia; promotion of contacts and co-operation between persons and institutions actively dealing with questions of international law relating to Asia. The Foundation will be concerned with reporting and analyzing through informed discussion, developments in the field of international law relating to the region, and not primarily with efforts to distinguish particular attitudes, policies or practices as predominately or essentially “Asian”. If they are shown to exist, it would be an interesting by-product of the Foundation’s essential function, which is to bring about an exchange of views in the expectation that the process would reveal areas of common interest and concern among the State of Asia, and even more importantly, demonstrate that those areas of interest and concern are, in fact, shared by the international community as a whole. INTRODUCTION
  3. 3. 2 HASANUDDIN UNIVERSITY Hasanuddin University is one of the major stated-owned universities in Indonesia, based in Makassar, the capital of South Sulawesi province. The University was inaugurated in 1956 by the first Vice President of Indonesia Dr. Mohammad Hatta and named after Sultan Hasanuddin, a King of Gowa Kingdom. Another important fact of Hasanuddin University is that the two oldest faculties (Law and Economic) used to be part of University of Indonesia, known as the Faculty of Law and Faculty of Economic of University of Indonesia in Makassar. Hasanuddin University also known as the biggest University outside Java and has been the source of excellent in the Eastern Part of Indonesia. Hasanuddin University, Faculty of Law offered wide range of legal disciplines such as: criminal law. Civil law, administrative law, international law, and several other disciplines in the area of legal practice, sociology of law, environmental law and several subjects related to the law of the sea. Currently, the Faculty of Law has 108 Lectures, and has 2,499 Bachelor students, 370 Master students and 200 Doctorate students. For more information on Faculty of Law, of the Hasanuddin University, visit www.unhas.ac.id HASANUDDIN UNIVERSITY INTRODUCTION
  4. 4. 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS THE FOUNDATION FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNATIONAL LAW IN ASIA................. 1 HASANUDDIN UNIVERSITY................................................................................................... 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS........................................................................................................... 3 LIST OF CHAIRPERSONS (In Alphabetical Order).................................................................. 4 LIST OF SPEAKERS (In Alphabetical Order)........................................................................... 7 CONFERENCE PROGRAMMES............................................................................................ 13 ACCOMODATION .............................................................................................................. 16 AIRLINES AND TICKETS...................................................................................................... 17 PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION................................................................................................. 18 GET AROUNDS ................................................................................................................... 19 PLACES TO VISIT ................................................................................................................ 20 WEATHER FORECASTS....................................................................................................... 21 CONFERENCE CONTACTS................................................................................................. 21 LIST OF COMMITTEES ........................................................................................................ 22 GENERAL INFORMATION
  5. 5. 4 LIST OF CHAIRPERSONS (In Alphabetical Order) Hee Eun Lee Associate Dean, Handong International Law School, South Korea Profile: Hee Eun Lee is Associate Dean and Professor of Law at Handong International Law School. He is the Executive Editor of the Asian Yearbook of International Law. He received his law degrees from Syracuse University College of Law (J.D. with honours) and New York University School of Law (LL.M.) He practiced law in New York where he was involved in commercial litigation and maritime arbitration. Professor Lee was a visiting fellow at the Center for Law and Religion at Emory Law School (2011) and has lectured in the Regent University School of Law Summer International Law and Human Rights Program in Strasbourg, France (2005 and 2013). He teaches and writes in the areas of public international law, international human rights, international economic law, and property, His upcoming publication is scheduled for release in 2016 entitled “The Making of International Law in Korea: From Colony to Asian Power with Seokwoo Lee to be published by Martinuss Nijhoff Publishers. Hikmahanto Juwana Professor, Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia Profile: Professor Hikmahanto Juwana graduated from the Universitas Indonesia and holds an LLM from Keio University, Japan and a PhD from the University of Nottingham, UK. He was appointed as Senior Legal Adviser to the Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs. His other appointments include being a member of the Legal Experts Team at the Ministry of Defense; the Legal Committee at the Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises; and the Taxation Oversight Committee at the Ministry of Finance. He taught International Law at the University of Indonesia, and was the Dean of the Faculty of Law from 2004 to 2008. He also teaches Law at various universities in Indonesia and has been a visiting professor at the University of Melbourne, National University of Singapore and Nagoya University, Japan. GENERAL INFORMATION
  6. 6. 5 Kevin YL Tan Director, Equilibrium Consulting Pte Ltd; Professor (Adjunct), National University of Singapore, Singapore Profile: Mr. Tan is Adjunct Professor at National University of Singapore School of Law and currently Director at Equilibrium Consulting Pte Ltd. He was born and educated in Singapore, graduating with LLB (Hons) from the Faculty of Law of the National University of Singapore in 1986. He joined the teaching staff of the same faculty that same year. Subsequently obtained his LLM (Masters of Law) and JSD (Doctor in the Science of Law) at Yale Law School in the United States. Beyond his university duties, he has been active in many organizations, serving as Singapore Academy of Law Legal Heritage Committee (since 1999), Executive Director of the Society of International Law, Singapore (1998-2003), President, The Roundtable (1999-2002). Since 2001, he has been President of the Singapore Heritage Society. Maskun Zulkifli Senior Lecturer, Hasanuddin University, Indonesia Profile: Mr. Maskun graduated from the Hasanuddin University, Indonesia. He holds an LLM in International Law at the University of New South Wales, Sydney and a PhD from his bachelor’s alma- mater, Hasanuddin University. He is resident senior lecturer at Hasanuddin University, where he gets chance to taught international law. He is also lecturer for the Environmental Law Clinic at the university as well as one of the Presidiums for the Indonesian Network for Clinical Legal Education (INCLE). As researcher, he had produces number of publications and books, addressing range of issues, such as cyber-crime, maritime law, environmental law, and international law. By 2013, He was appointed as Chief Editor for the Hasanuddin University Journal of International Law. GENERAL INFORMATION
  7. 7. 6 Seokwoo Lee DILA Chairman; Professor, Inha University Law School, South Korea Profile: Mr. Lee is Professor of International Law, Inha University Law School, Korea. He is also Chairman of Research Committee, SLOC (Sea Lanes of Communication) Study Group-Korea; and Chairman of the Foundation for the Development of International Law in Asia (DILA). Prior to taking his current post at Inha, he conducted research at a number of universities including the University of Tokyo, Harvard, Georgetown, Oxford, Durham, and George Washington. He holds a D.Phil. (Oxford), LL.M.s (NYU, Minnesota, and Korea University), and LL.B. (Korea University). His research focuses on Territorial and Boundary Disputes, Law of the Sea, and International Human Rights Law. GENERAL INFORMATION
  8. 8. 7 LIST OF SPEAKERS (In Alphabetical Order) Andri G. Wibisana Senior Lecturer, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia Profile: Mr. Wibisana joined the Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia, since 1998 as one of the lecturers at the faculty. Historically, he graduated from the Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia in 1998, and from Master Program on Law and Economics, Utrecht University, the Netherlands in 2002, and finally attained his Doctoral degree at the Faculty of Law, Maastricht University, in 2008. He joined the Faculty of Law, UI, since 1998. By 2011, He was trusted to gave lectures on the Economics of Public Law at the European Master in Law and Economics (EMLE) Program, the Faculty of Law, Erasmus University, the Netherlands. Additionaly, From October 2013 until April 2014, he conducted research on REDD and climate change law at the Center for Climate Change Law, Columbia Law School. Presentation: The Role of Indonesia in Shaping Legal Basis to Reduce Emission from Deforestation and Forest Degradation. Buhm-Suk Baek Professor, College of International Studies, Kyunghee University, South Korea Profile: Professor Baek graduated from the Seoul National University and holds an MA degree in Intenational Cooperation at Yonsei University and an LLM from Cornell Law School, the same law school where he later took his JSD (Doctorate in Law) degree. He has been appointed as research fellow in South Korea by the ASAN Institute for Policy Study as well by the National Human Rights Commission of Korea. He was also visiting researcher at Georgetown University Law Center back 2011 to 2012. Today, he is the Professor of Law at the College of International Studies of the Kyunghee University. Presentation: International Human Rights and Role of NGOs: The Experience of Korea. GENERAL INFORMATION
  9. 9. 8 Dwia Ariestina Pulubuhu Rector, Hasanuddin University, Indonesia Profile: Professor Dwia is the currently presiding Rector of Hasanuddin University. She holds the bachelor degree in Social Studies at the Airlangga University (1982 – 1985) and later at the Hasanuddin University (1985 – 1986). It was then Department of Sociology and Anthropology of the Ateneo de Manila University, Phlippines, where she decided to pursue her MA degree. Later on, she spent some years to finished her Doctoral degree on Social Studies with focus on Sociology at the Hasanuddin University. By 2001 to 2002, she was also entrusted as the Coordinator on Conflict Resolution Division of the Study Center on Human Rights at the Hasanuddin University. Presentation: The Role of Non-State Actors in Conflict Resolution in the ASEAN Countries. Hee Eun Lee Associate Dean, Handong International Law School, South Korea Profile: Hee Eun Lee is Associate Dean and Professor of Law at Handong International Law School. He is the Executive Editor of the Asian Yearbook of International Law. He received his law degrees from Syracuse University College of Law (J.D. with honours) and New York University School of Law (LL.M.) He practiced law in New York where he was involved in commercial litigation and maritime arbitration. Professor Lee was a visiting fellow at the Center for Law and Religion at Emory Law School (2011) and has lectured in the Regent University School of Law Summer International Law and Human Rights Program in Strasbourg, France (2005 and 2013). He teaches and writes in the areas of public international law, international human rights, international economic law, and property, His upcoming publication is scheduled for release in 2016 entitled “The Making of International Law in Korea: From Colony to Asian Power with Seokwoo Lee to be published by Martinuss Nijhoff Publishers. Presentation: International Human Rights and Role of NGOs: The Experience of Korea. GENERAL INFORMATION
  10. 10. 9 Hikmahanto Juwana Professor, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia Profile: Professor Hikmahanto Juwana graduated from the Universitas Indonesia and holds an LLM from Keio University, Japan and a PhD from the University of Nottingham, UK. He was appointed as Senior Legal Adviser to the Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs. His other appointments include being a member of the Legal Experts Team at the Ministry of Defense; the Legal Committee at the Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises; and the Taxation Oversight Committee at the Ministry of Finance. He taught International Law at the University of Indonesia, and was the Dean of the Faculty of Law from 2004 to 2008. He also teaches Law at various universities in Indonesia and has been a visiting professor at the University of Melbourne, National University of Singapore and Nagoya University, Japan. Presentation: Making of Archipelagic State Concept in the UNCLOS. Kanami Ishibashi Associate Professor, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan Profile: Ms. Ishibashi is currently working as the Associate Professor for the Tokyo University where she taught international law. Aside from teaching, she have published several publications, namely: “Human Rights Law approach to Climate Change: National and Complementary Support of the Potential for Community”; “The Critical Implications from the Past: The Relationship between the ROK and Japan and the Effectiveness of the Policies including its Original Economic Sanctions against the DPRK”; and Co-editors along with Alexandre Kiss and Dinah Shelton on the “Economic Globalization and Compliance with International Environmental Agreements”. Presentation: The Role of Non-State Actors in Human Rights and Environmental Protection? GENERAL INFORMATION
  11. 11. 10 Laode M. Syarif Senior Lecturer, Hasanuddin University, Indonesia Profile: Mr. Syarif is currently Senior International Environmental Law Lecturer at Hasanuddin University Law School. Aside teaching in Hasanuddin University, he is also regular visiting lecturer at the University of Sydney Law School and University of South Pacific, Law School, Vanuatu. Outside his teaching activities, he is the Senior Advisor on Justice and Environmental Governance at the Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia. His other appointments including the Member of Teaching and Capacity Building Committee at the IUCN Academy of Environmental Law, the Executive Board Member of the Indonesian Center for Environmental Law (ICEL) and the Principal Trainer of “International Environmental Law” at the Supreme Court and the Ministry of Environment. Presentation: The Role of CSOs in the Implementation of UNCAC in Indonesia. Nirmala M. Doddamane Lecturer, Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia Profile: Ms. Doddamane is lecturer at Bina Nusantara University. Her expertises are covering the matters such as international relations, international development, capacity building, project management, policy analysis and public policy. Outside her academic career, she is also extensively working as Project Manager for the Parliamentary Support Program at the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Indonesia Presentation: The Future of Indonesia as a Global Maritime Nexus. GENERAL INFORMATION
  12. 12. 11 R. Herlambang P. Wiratraman Senior Lecturer, Airlangga University, Indonesia Profile: Mr. Witraman graduated as bachelor of law from the Airlangga University. He took his MA. Degree in the Faculty of Graduate Studies of the Mahidol University, Thailand with focus on Human Rights and Social Development. By the 2014, he attained his Doctorate at the Faculteit Rechtgeleerdheid, Universiteit Leiden, the Netherlands. He is known as the founder and member of the Southeast Asian Human Rights Studies Network (SEAHRN), the chairperson of Indonesian Lecturer Association for Human Rights and the Chairperson of Indonesian Association for Philosophy of Law. He is currently teaches at the Faculty of Law, Airlangga University, while at the same time appointed as Secretary at the Center for Human Rights Law Studies in the University. Presentation: Indonesia’s Encounter with ‘Modern’ International Legal System and its Impact toward the Indonesian Legal System. Seokwoo Lee DILA Chairman; Professor, Inha University Law School, South Korea Profile: Mr. Lee is Professor of International Law, Inha University Law School, Korea. He is also Chairman of Research Committee, SLOC (Sea Lanes of Communication) Study Group-Korea; and Chairman of the Foundation for the Development of International Law in Asia (DILA). Prior to taking his current post at Inha, he conducted research at a number of universities including the University of Tokyo, Harvard, Georgetown, Oxford, Durham, and George Washington. He holds a D.Phil. (Oxford), LL.M.s (NYU, Minnesota, and Korea University), and LL.B. (Korea University). His research focuses on Territorial and Boundary Disputes, Law of the Sea, and International Human Rights Law. Presentation: The Role of Non-State Actors in Territorial and Boundary Disputes. GENERAL INFORMATION
  13. 13. 12 Widati Wulandari Senior Lecturer, Padjadjaran University, Indonesia Profile: Ms. Wulandari is lecturer at Padjadjaran University. She received her law degrees at the Padjadjaran University (Bachelor) and the University of Sydney (Master of Criminology). She is currently taking the Doctorate program at the Padjadjaran University. Her specialization in International Criminal Law has brought her in extensively working with the Institute for Policy Research and Advocacy (ELSAM). In 2007, she was appointed to join the Board of examiners for ELSAM’s Exposure of Examination Result on the Human Rights Judgment made on the East Timor (Case of Adam Damiri). In 2009, she was trusted to teach International Criminal Law on ELSAM’s Human Rights Courses for Lawyers at SLCD Sentul, Bogor, Indonesia. Aside from teaching criminal law, she is also lecturer of Anti-Corruption Law Clinic at the Padjadjaran University as well as one of the Presidiums for the Indonesian Network for Clinical Legal Education (INCLE). Presentation: The Interaction of International and National Laws in the Development of Hate Crimes Concept in Indonesia. Winner Sitorus Senior Lecturer, Hasanuddin University, Indonesia Profile: Mr. Sitorus received his bachelor’s degree from Hasanuddin University. At American University, he received his Master degree on International Legal Studies from the Washington College of Law. Later in 2014, he concluded his doctorate program at Airlangga University. He is currently the Head of Private Law Department of Hasanuddin University. He taught private law in both bachelor and master students. His teaching areas are mainly International Private Law, International Contract Law, Corporate Law, IP Laws and Competititon Law. Presentation: Judicial Control of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Indonesia. GENERAL INFORMATION
  14. 14. 13 CONFERENCE PROGRAMMES TIME OCTOBER 15, THURSDAY - ARRIVAL - SPEAKERS’ AIRPORT PICK-UP (AIRPORT – HOTEL) 2015 DILA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE “Asian Perspectives on the Role and Impact of Non-State Actor in International Law: From Westphalia to World Community?” VENUE: Faculty of Law, Hasanuddin University TIME OCTOBER 16, FRIDAY 08:30 – 09:00 REGISTRATION 09:00 – 09:20 WELCOME ADDRESSES 09:00 – 09:20 Remarks: - PROF. Dr. Farida PATITINGI (Dean, Faculty of Law, Hasanuddin University, Indonesia) - Seokwoo LEE (Chairman, The Foundation for the Development of International Law in Asia (DILA); Professor of International Law, Inha University Law School, Korea) - PROF. Dr. Dwia Ariestina PULUBUHU (Rector, Hasanuddin University, Indonesia) 09:20 – 10:30 SESSION 1: 09:20 – 10:10 Chairperson: Kevin YL TAN (Director, Equilibrium Consulting Pte Ltd; Professor (Adjunct), Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore, Singapore; Editor-in-Chief, The Asian Yearbook of International Law) Presentation: - Buhm-Suk BAEK (Assistant Professor, College of International Studies, Kyung Hee University, Korea): “Int’l Human Rights and Role of NGOs: The Experience of Korea” - PROF. Dr. Dwia Ariestina PULUBUHU (Rector, Hasanuddin University, Indonesia): “The Role of Non-State Actors in Conflict Resolution in the ASEAN Countries” 10:10 – 10:30 DISCUSSION 10:30 – 10:50 INTERMISSION: COFFEE BREAK 10:50 – 12:00 SESSION 2: 10:50 – 11:40 Chairperson: Dr. Maskun ZULKIFLI (Faculty of Law, Hasanuddin University, Indonesia) Presentation: - Dr Winner SITORUS (Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Hasanuddin University, Indonesia): “Judicial Control of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Indonesia” - Laode M. SYARIF (Ph.D, Faculty of Law, Hasanuddin University, Indonesia): “The Role of CSOs in the Implementation of UNCAC in Indonesia” 11:40 – 12:00 DISCUSSION 12:00 – 13:30 INTERMISSION: LUNCH 13:30 – 14:40 SESSION 3: GENERAL INFORMATION
  15. 15. 14 13:30 – 14:20 Chairperson: Hee Eun LEE (Professor, Handong International Law School, Korea; Executive Editor, The Asian Yearbook of International Law) Presentation: - Kanami ISHIBASHI (Associate Professor, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan): “The Role of Non-State Actors in Human Rights and Environmental Protection?” 14:20 – 14:40 DISCUSSION 14:40 – 15:00 INTERMISSION: COFFEE BREAK 15:00 – 16:10 SESSION 4: 15:00 – 15:50 Chairperson: Hikmahanto JUWANA (Professor of International Law, Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia) Presentation: - Seokwoo LEE (Chairman, The Foundation for the Development of International Law in Asia (DILA); Professor of International Law, Inha University Law School, Korea): “The Role of Non-State Actors in Territorial and Boundary Disputes” - Nirmala M. DODDAMANE (Lecturer, Bina Nusantara University): "The Future of Indonesia as a Global Maritime Nexus". 15:50 – 16:10 DISCUSSION 16:10 – 16:30 WRAP UP 16:10 – 16:30 Chairperson: - Seokwoo LEE (Chairman, The Foundation for the Development of International Law in Asia (DILA); Professor of International Law, Inha University Law School, Korea) 18:00 – 20:30 DINNER & CULTURAL NIGHT 2015 DILA ACADEMY AND WORKSHOP “The Making of International Law in Indonesia” VENUE: Faculty of Law, Hasanuddin University TIME OCTOBER 17, SATURDAY 08:00 – 09:00 REGISTRATION 09:00 – 10:00 SESSION 1: INDONESIA’S ENCOUNTER WITH THE MODERN INTERNATIONAL LEGAL SYSTEM 09:00 – 09:50 Chairperson: Kevin YL TAN (Director, Equilibrium Consulting Pte Ltd; Professor (Adjunct), Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore, Singapore; Editor-in-Chief, The Asian Yearbook of International Law) Presentation: - Dr R. Herlambang P. WIRATRAMAN (Airlangga University, Indonesia): “Indonesia’s Encounter with ‘Modern’ International Legal System and its Impact toward the Indonesian Legal System” - Ms Widati WULANDARI (Padjadjaran University, Indonesia): “The Interaction of International and National Laws in the Development of Hate Crimes Concept in Indonesia” GENERAL INFORMATION
  16. 16. 15 09:50 – 10:00 DISCUSSION 10:00 – 10:10 INTERMISSION: COFFEE BREAK 10:10 – 11:10 SESSION 2: INDONESIA’S CONTRIBUTION TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 11:00 – 11:00 Chairperson: Seokwoo LEE (Chairman, The Foundation for the Development of International Law in Asia (DILA); Professor of International Law, Inha University Law School, Korea) Presentation: - Hikmahanto JUWANA (Professor of International Law, Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia, Indonesia): “Making of Archipelagic State Concept in the UNCLOS” - Dr Andri G WIBISANA (Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia, Indonesia): “The Role of Indonesia in Shaping Legal Basis to Reduce Emission from Deforestation and Forest Degradation” 11:00 – 11:10 DISCUSSION 11:10 – 11:30 WRAP-UP 11:30 – 12:00 CLOSING OF DILA ACADEMY AND WORKSHOP 12:00 – 13:00 INTERMISSION: LUNCH 13:00 – 15:00 DILA BUSINESS MEETING GENERAL INFORMATION
  17. 17. 16 ACCOMODATION To put you at ease in participating the 2015 DILA International Conference, We strongly encourage you to spend your days in Makassar staying at the Makassar Golden Hotel (MGH). Thanks to our special arrangement with the hotel management, we managed to get you the special room discount throughout the conference days (15-17 October, 2015). To add, we also arranged the scheduled pick-up transportation (hotel – conference venue) for any participant decided to staying in MGH for the time being. Address: Jl. Pasar Ikan 52, Makassar Golden Hotel, Makassar, Indonesia Phone: +62411 3633000 Website: http://www.makassargolden.com/ Remarks from the Hotel Management: If you're looking a conveniently - located hotel in Makassar, look no further than Makassar Golden Hotel. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. With the city's main attractions and services, such as Main Post Office, Fort Rotterdam’s Museum and Museum Negeri La Galigo, within close reach, visitors to the hotel will just love its location. Take advantage of a wealth of unrivaled services and amenities at this Makassar hotel. A selection of top-class facilities such as airport transfer, restaurant, shuttle service, babysitting, and Wi-Fi in public areas can be enjoyed at the hotel. ITINERARIES
  18. 18. 17 AIRLINES AND TICKETS Below you may find several flight companies information which might be useful reference for your travel in Makassar. www.garuda-indonesia.com Call Center 0807-1-807807 Ticketing Office Makassar  Jl. Slamet Riyadi No.6 (62-411) 3654747  Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport (62-411) 3656053/3656061  Gedung Baruda, Telkomsel Lt. 1, Jl. AP. Pettarani No. 3A (62-411) 8120845 www.lionair.co.id Call Center (+62-80) 41778899 Ticketing Office Makassar  Jl. J.A. Yani No. B 22-24 (+62-411) 350777/350888 www.airasia.com Call Centre (+62-21) 29270999 Ticketing Office Makassar  Jl. J.A. Yani No. B 22-24 (+62-411) 350777/350888  Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport  Jl. Boulevard Ruko Ruby No. R28 Panakukkang Mas ITINERARIES
  19. 19. 18 PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AIRPORT TAXI For those using cab to reach the city from Hasanuddin International Airport, you can book Airport Taxi on its Reservation Counter inside the Airport. The prices divided into 3 zones, started in IDR 100.000, - (Zone 1), IDR 135.000, - (Zone 2) and finally IDR 160.000, - (Zone 3). You may take a Taxi Directly without reserving where it may cost only about Rp.70.000, - but that does not include the Toll Fares. TAXI Taxi always a viable option for those who preferring quick and less confusion ride around Makassar. As per June 2013, most of cabs fare cost you IDR 5.750,- Open Door Fare and Rp. 35.000,- on every 1 KM reached. Below you may find the reservation numbers of several Taxi corporation operated in Makassar. • Bosawa Taksi : 0411-454545 • Blue Bird : 0411-441234 (Reservation could be made online or by the built-in App) • Metro Makassar Taksi : 0411-837837 • Lima Muda Taksi : 0411-445566 • New Puskud Taksi : 0411- 862299 • Gowata Taksi : 0411-851888 • Gowa Mas Taksi : 0411- 888111 • Putra Taksi : 0411 – 888 898 PETE-PETE Most people get around using public transportation called “Pete-Pete”. The transportation cost you approximately IDR 5.000,- for a single one-way trip. To avoid lost in travel, you should understand the designated Pete-Pete route before deciding to go around with Pete-Pete. The list of Pete-Pete routes available here, http://goo.gl/ylVQ6h OTHER RIDES As you reach the city, the options for public transportation varies from Pete-Pete as mentioned above to independent motorcycle driver (Ojek) or Corporate-managed motorcycle driver (e.g. Go-Jek), Bentor (Hybrid of Pedicab and Motorcycle), Becak (Pedicab), etc. ITINERARIES
  20. 20. 19 GET AROUNDS SultanHasanuddinAirport HasanuddinUniversity ITINERARIES
  21. 21. 20 PLACES TO VISIT Benteng Rotterdam (Fort Rotterdam) was a Dutch fort built in Makassar on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia during the 1670s, it was originally known as Ujung Pandang fort and was built in 1545 by the 9th King of Gowa, I manrigau Daeng Bonto Karaeng Lakiung Tumapa'risi' kallonna. Within the Fort, you may find Museum La Galigo that exhibits information related to La Galigo manuscript as well as the historical references of the Fort and Gowa-Tallo Monarchy. Paotere is a harbour located in Ujung Tanah district, Makassar, where it took at least ± 5 km (30 minutes) of road travel from the city centre to reach the spot. Paotere harbour is one of the surviving proofs of Gowa-Tallo monarchy that stand stills since the 14th century to the present. It witnessed some of the major historical moments such as when the Monarchy set to sail over 200 Phinisi boats to Malacca. Today, the place is a fishery hubs as well as the display booth of commercially used phinisi boats in Makassar. PaotereHarbour FortRotterdam ITINERARIES
  22. 22. 21 WEATHER FORECASTS Makassar/Ujung Pandang has a tropical monsoon climate with short dry season. The cold season lasts from December 11 to March 8 with an average daily high temperature below 30°C. The coldest day of the year is May 31, with an average low of 21°C and high of 32°C. Weather.com predicts the following weather averages on 15th – 17th October 2015. See: (http://www.weather.com/weather/tenday/l/IDGO0580:1:ID) Date Average Temperature Condition Highest Lowest Thursday, Oct 15 24° 34° Partly Cloudy Friday, Oct 16 24° 34° Partly Cloudy Saturday, Oct 17 24° 34° Partly Cloudy Either on dry or rainy season. Some foreign participants may not get used to intense heat temperature in Makassar, bringing bottled mineral waters would be highly recommended to prevent dehydration. CONFERENCE CONTACTS General Affairs Mr. Maskun - maskunlawschool@yahoo.co.id ( 081342977094 ) Ms. Birkah - birkahwan@yahoo.com ( 08124110914 ) Mr. Kadarudin - kadarudin.alanshari@gmail.com ( 08111014588 ) Liaison Officers Affairs Ms. Mutiah – mutiah.wendajuniar@yahoo.co.id (087842095895) ITINERARIES
  23. 23. 22 LIST OF COMMITTEES The Board of Committee listed is in accordance to Decision Letter (7431/UN4.6/KP.24/2013) by Dean of Law Faculty of the Hasanuddin University on October 4th, 2013. Steering Committee: Prof. Dr. Farida Patitinggi, S.H., M.Hum. Advisory Board: 1. Prof. Dr. Ahmadi Miru, S.H., M.H. 2. Dr. Syamsuddin Muchtar, S.H., M.H. 3. Dr. Hamzah, S.H.,M.H. Interviewees: 1. Prof. Dr. Syamsuddin Muhammad Noor, S.H., M.H. 2. Prof. Dr. Alma Manuputty, S.H., M.H. 3. Prof. Dr. Abdul Hamid, S.H., M.A., LL.M., Ph.D. 4. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ashri, S.H., M.H. Drafting Team: 1. Prof. Dr. Juajir Sumardi, S.H., M.H. 2. Dr. Abd. Maasba Magassing, S.H., M.H. 3. Dr. Marcel Hendrapaty, S.H., M.H. 4. Dr. Laode Abd. Gany, S.H., M.H. 5. Dr. Marthen Napang, S.H., M.H., M.Si. Head Committee : Dr. Laode Muh. Syarif, S.H., LL.M. Vice Head Committee : Dr. Iin Karita Sakharina, S.H., M.A. Secretary : Dr. Maskun, S.H., LL.M. Vice Secretary : Birkah Latif, S.H., LL.M. Treasurer : Mardani, S.H., M.Si. Vice Treasurer : Bachtiar, S.T., M.Si. Seminar Division: 1. Prof. Dr. Irwansyah, S.H., M.H. (Coord) 2. Dr. Muh Hasrul, S.H., M.H. 3. Amaliyah, S.H., M.H. 4. Dra. Sri Wahyuni 5. Abd. Hakim, S.T. 6. Rachmawati, S.S. 7. Marlina, S.E. 8. A. Batari Anindhita, S.H. 9. Nur. Fitriani Khairunnisa, S.H. 10. Rafika Ramli, S.H. 11. Riyad Febrian Anwar, S.H. Conference Division: 1. Dr. Winner Sitorus, S.H., LL.M. (Coord) 2. Dian Utami Mas Bakar, S.H., M.H. 3. Audyna Mayasari, S.H., M.H. 4. Fajrulrrahman Jurdi, S.H., M.H. Logistics Division: 1. Abd. Ishak, S.Sos. (Coord) 2. Muh. Bakri, S.E. 3. Hasan 4. Haris R. 5. Aksa Kibe 6. Alfiah Firdaus, S.T. GENERAL INFORMATION
  24. 24. 23 Event Division: 1. Dr. Andi Tenri Famauri, S.H., M.H. (Coord) 2. Kadarudin, S.H., M.H., DFM. 3. Suryadi Batjo, S.Sos. 4. Hasaning, S.T. 5. Amanda Cornelia Rombot 6. Main 7. Akmal Hidayat, S.T. 8. Adi M. 9. Abdullah 10. Zainal Abidin, S.H. 11. Harni Eka Putri, S.H. Liason Officers Division: 1. Mutiah Wenda Juniar, S.H. (Coord) 2. Santiago Pawe 3. Kevin Bonaparte 4. Nelson Mandila 5. Faiz Adani 6. Monica D. Liman 7. Yusran Adrian Nisar 8. Feny Septi Arista 9. Destri Parubang 10. Indira Saraswati 11. Arif Rachman Nur 12. Eko Setiawan 13. Muslim Kadafi 14. Wiwiek Meliarty 15. Azima Mj. Maricar 16. Nur Asmi 17. Nurul Arbiati 18. Rizky Said 19. Aldi Rinaldi 20. Afif Muhni 21. Amelia Rosa 22. Wildan Rizki GENERAL INFORMATION

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